‘Desis’ mocked when talk about alleviating poverty through chickens: PM

01 Dec, 2018 2:49 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday responded back to criticism of his proposal to eradicate poverty from the country with the help of chickens.

PM Imran’s “chicken plan” met much criticism on Twitter and the prime took a twitter and hits back to the criticism against his idea given on Thursday speech. He said that when ‘desis’ [straight forward] talk about chickens combating poverty they get mocked, but when ‘walaitis’ talk about desi chicken and poverty it’s brilliance!

“For the colonised minds when ‘desis’ talk about chickens combating poverty they get mocked, but when ‘walaitis’ talk about desi chicken and poverty it’s brilliance!,” Imran Khan tweeted.

With his comment on twitter, the prime minister also shared an article regarding Microsoft Co-founder Bill Gates’ chicken plan.

 

Earlier on Thursday, PM Khan said the government will give eggs and chickens to rural women so they can start their own poultry business. “The project has been tested and the government will provide injections to them for raising the chickens faster. This way they will have nutrient food for eating and more chickens and eggs to sell,” he had said.


In another tweet, the premier congratulated the power minister and his ministry and said that the load-shedding and expensive electricity happened due to the power theft.

“I want to congratulate the Power Minister & his Ministry. One of the reasons for expensive electricity and load shedding is power theft,” PM Khan tweeted.

 




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